noun, plural ec·chy·mo·ses [ek-uh-moh-seez] /ˌɛk əˈmoʊ siz/. Pathology.
Origin of ecchymosis
Examples from the Web for ecchymoses
Historical Examples of ecchymoses
Ecchymoses of the muscular substance are met with occasionally.
Blood spots (or ecchymoses) are also found on the heart and lungs.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Purpura papulosa (lichen lividus, Willan) is a form of purpura where, in the midst of ecchymoses, livid papules appear.
Ecchymoses may be present in large number, with exudates of false membrane, which Beaumont describes as aphthous.
Ecchymoses of rather small size are distributed over the stomach and intestines.